As I traveled through Southern Germany today (3.9.19) I was taken away by how many wind turbines and other forms of green energy I saw in the countryside. Not only has Germany’s investment in green energy started to address the growing crisis that is climate change, but it has also created good paying jobs and economic development in rural areas.
With this in mind I am calling on all Lower Shore delegates and senators to put politics aside and support the Clean Energy Jobs Act to help bring that same investment and growth to our region.
The Lower Eastern Shore stands to see the most immediate impact from rising sea levels caused by climate change. It is already happening in Dorchester and Somerset counties and poses a serious threat to our coastal communities and way of life. Also having the state invest in more green energy opens the Shore up to having more green energy projects come to our area, creating jobs and economic growth. Now more than ever, we need our delegation to have vision and lead on this issue.
Call your reps to voice your support for the Clean Energy Jobs Act.
Mary Beth Carozza – 38 – Somerset, Worcester, Wicomico 410-841-3645 | 301-858-3645
Adelaide C. Eckardt – 37 – Caroline, Dorchester, Talbot, Wicomico 410-841-3590 | 301-858-3590
Christopher T. Adams – 37B – Caroline, Dorchester, Talbot, Wicomico 410-841-3343 | 301-858-3343
Carl Anderton, Jr. – 38B – Wicomico 410-841-3431 | 301-858-3431
Wayne A. Hartman – 38C – Wicomico, Worcester 410-841-3356 | 301-858-3356
Johnny Mautz – 37B – Caroline, Dorchester, Talbot, Wicomico 410-841-3429 | 301-858-3429
Charles J. Otto – 38A – Somerset, Worcester 410-841-3433 | 301-858-3433
Sheree Sample-Hughes – 37A – Dorchester, Wicomico 410-841-3427 | 301-858-3427